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View Poll Results: Which one would you choose ?
R32 GTR 850 53.43%
R33 GTR 741 46.57%
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Old 29th May 2007, 12:09 PM   #161 (permalink)
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I love them both but i think if you are using it as an everyday car the r33 is a better choice
Why?

I would say that the GTS is a better daily driver than a GT-R, from a cost/wear and tear perspective, but I can see no reason why a well maintained BNR32 should perform any worse as an everyday car than a BNR33..
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Old 29th May 2007, 04:29 PM   #162 (permalink)
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i just made it evens.

im a 33 fan, i like the looks better than the 32, both excellent cars and hope to own one or the other as soon as i sell my golf.
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Old 29th May 2007, 05:03 PM   #163 (permalink)
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come now... this one has to be r32. besides the r32 resembles an r34 more closely than an r33 does... r32 still looks modern.
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Old 31st May 2007, 05:24 AM   #164 (permalink)
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Too bad we can only have R33's here in the states..............
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Old 31st May 2007, 05:35 AM   #165 (permalink)
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come now... this one has to be r32. besides the r32 resembles an r34 more closely than an r33 does... r32 still looks modern.
You have to realise this is a matter of taste. I don't like a lot of aspects of the R34s personally.

I don't get it with people saying the R32s FEEL more agile, I like to use the term "skittish" to describe the relative handling of an R32 to an R33 or R34. Being poor at putting its power down or keeping itself planted and flicking itself around doesn't mean agile to me.
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feels like it turns in quicker.... is more willing to turn... agile.
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Old 1st June 2007, 03:54 PM   #167 (permalink)
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I think the 33 is little bit more forgiving (i think thats the word i'm looking for) drive and a little bit roomier than than the 32 and also has a bit more boot space. I'm just talking from a practical point of view not a mechanical one.





Why?

I would say that the GTS is a better daily driver than a GT-R, from a cost/wear and tear perspective, but I can see no reason why a well maintained BNR32 should perform any worse as an everyday car than a BNR33..
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Old 24th June 2007, 07:09 PM   #168 (permalink)
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r32 without doubt !! why because i have one lol
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Old 25th June 2007, 10:12 PM   #169 (permalink)
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R32 you know I will dispute that !! Hows it goin Andy ?
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C'mon Andy don't tell him porkies !!!

R33 all the way ! (only slightly heavier, but a few more horses can make up for that!)

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R32 MODERN ???? 20years out of date me ol fruit !! And as we all know the R43 is a "play station" mock up !! The R33 GT-R rules. LOL
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I already voted, but i'm on-the-fence. I really love the classic R32 look, but in the flesh the R33 has presence, it looks much more menacing in person. It is newer, a bit more comfortable, but the exterior can look a bit too... 'big'. I'm thinking of buying a R33 so I better make sure i'm happy with what I buy...

like I said, i'm on-the-fence.
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R32 GTR all the way! (yes i have one )

33s are a bit too common...every jo seems to have one
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R33 GT-R everythime, and you know that !!!
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33s are a bit too common...every jo seems to have one
mmmm, "seems" is the operative word. About 7,000 R33 GT-Rs made, even less R34 GT-Rs. 44,000 R32 GT-Rs.
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feels like it turns in quicker.... is more willing to turn... agile.
Twitchy and skittish.
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mmmm, "seems" is the operative word. About 7,000 R33 GT-Rs made, even less R34 GT-Rs. 44,000 R32 GT-Rs.
should have been more specific...every jo seems to have a R33 GTS

dont see many GTRs on the road
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mmmm, "seems" is the operative word. About 7,000 R33 GT-Rs made, even less R34 GT-Rs. 44,000 R32 GT-Rs.
would be interesting to find out how many have come over to the UK an how many are still on the road?
7000 in total - say 5000 still in japan?
1000 - in various countries all over the world - germany, france, USA, Australia, netherlands etc etc.
so a rough guess at about 1000 in the UK????
that would make a R33 GTR pretty rare - a V-Spec more so?

anyone know how to find out for sure?

makes me like the car even more knowing it is this rare....


oh, and i voted R33, only because i cant afford the 34 - YET!
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